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60,000 Cans for 60 Years at SCC

St. Charles College students host a kick-off event for the canned food drive at St. Bernadette elementary school.

September 21, 2011 - To mark the 60th anniversary of St. Charles College, students at the school are aiming to collect 60 thousand cans for the Sudbury Food Bank this fall.
The school is collaborating with St. Andrew, St.Bernadette, Pius XII, St. Raphael, St. John, St. Paul and St. David schools. A kick-off is being held at each school to start the drive.

David DiBrina, the school’s Student Administrative Council president says, "The goal is to reach out into the community and get students, parents and teachers involved in feeding hungry families in our city this winter."

The secondary school has been taking part in a community food drive since the mid eighties.

The food drive brings in upwards of 100-thousand cans for the local food bank each year.



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